Engineer Operations

 

Publication Title:                   Engineer Operations
Publication/revision date:    02 JAN 2004
Field Manual:                        FM 3-34
   Supersedes:                      FM 5-100, 27 FEB 1996 & FM 5-114, 13 JUL 1992
Distribution Restriction:       Approved for public release, distribution unlimited (public domain manuals)

Contents:
Contents
PREFACE
Chapter 1 THE ARMY AND THE ROLE OF ENGINEERS
Section I – The Engineer Regiment
The Threefold Branch
Mission-Essential Tasks
Full-Spectrum Operations
Battlefield Organization
Section II – Engineer Battlespace Functions
Combat Engineering
Geospatial Engineering
General Engineering
Section III – Unified Action: Joint/Interagency/Multinational Environment
Description
The Levels of War
Joint/Interagency/Multinational Operations
Chapter 2 THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
General Description
Critical Variables
Asymetric, Adaptive Approaches
Threats and Other Influences
Warfighting in the Contemporary Operational Environment
Implications for Each of the Levels of War
Impact of Threat Engineers on Our Doctrine
Chapter 3 ENGINEER BATTLESPACE FUNCTIONS AND REGIMENTAL CAPABILITIES
Section I – Engineer Battlespace Functions
Combat Engineering
Geospatial Engineering
General Engineering
Section II – Integrating the Engineer Functions
Assured Mobility
Field Force Engineering
Section III – The Engineer Regiment
United States Army Corps of Engineers
Echelons Above Corps
Corps
Division and Below
Section IV – Integration into the Combined Arms Team
Section V – Operational Considerations
Fighting as Engineers
Reorganizing to Fight as Infantry
Chapter 4 PLANNING ENGINEER OPERATIONS
Section I – Introduction to Planning
Army Transformation and the Role of Engineers
Engineer Planning Focus
Engineers and the Levels of War
Section II – Engineer Responsibilities and Force Projection
Force Projection
Force Projection Considerations
Section III – The Military Decision-Making Process
Receipt of Mission
Mission Analysis
Course of Action Development
Course of Action Analysis (War Game)
Course of Action Comparison
Course of Action Approval
Orders Production
Section IV – Operational Considerations
Engineer Facilities Study
Civil Engineering Support Plan
Chapter 5 OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEER OPERATIONS AND ORGANIZATION
Engineer Operational Principles
Engineer Organizational Principles
Chapter 6 BATTLEFIELD FRAMEWORK
Battlefield Organization
Framework Considerations
Integrating Other Engineer Organizations and Capabilities
Chapter 7 BATTLE COMMAND FOR ENGINEERS
Battle Command and Command and Control Operations
Leadership Aspects—Visualize, Describe, Direct
Roles of Engineer Commanders and Staffs
Command and Support Relationships
Command Responsibilities
Staff Responsibilities
Chapter 8 FULL-SPECTRUM OPERATIONS
Planning, Preparing, and Executing
Offensive Operations
Defensive Operations
Stability Operations
Support Operations
Transitions Between Offensive, Defensive, Stability Operations, and Support Operations
Special Considerations: Urban Operations
Chapter 9 ENGINEER COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AND LOGISTICS CONSIDERATIONS
Force Sustainment
The Underpinnings of Logistics
Combat Service Support Characteristics
Logistics Considerations for Engineers
Engineer Role in Planning and Coordination
Combat Service Support for Engineer Organizations
Engineer Combat Service Support Command and Control
Appendix A ENGINEER FIELD MANUALS AND RELATED JOINT PUBLICATIONS
Appendix B MANEUVER SUPPORT
Definition
Tactical Level: Maneuver Support in the Stryker Brigade Combat Team
Operational-Level Considerations
The Road Ahead
Appendix C FIELD FORCE ENGINEERING
The Challenge
Overview
Planning Structure
Modular Development
Leveraging Technology
Appendix D ARMY ENGINEER ORGANIZATIONS AND CAPABILITIES
Section I – Operational-Level Units
Headquarters, Engineer Command
Headquarters, Engineer Brigade, Theater Army
Headquarters, Engineer Group, Facility
Headquarters, Engineer Group, Construction
Engineer Battalion, Prime Power
Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, Engineer Battalion
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Engineer Topographic Battalion
Section II – Separate Operational-Level Companies
Engineer Company Echelons Above Corps Topographic Battalion
Engineer Company (Construction Support)
Engineer Company (Dump Truck)
Engineer Company (Pipeline Construction Support)
Engineer Company (Port Construction)
Section III – Separate Engineer Teams (Operational-Level)
Engineer Team, Fire Fighting Headquarters
Engineer Team, Fire Truck (AB)
Engineer Team, Quarry
Engineer Team, Well-Drilling Headquarters
Engineer Team, Well-Drilling
Engineer Heavy Diving Team
Engineer Light Diving Team
Engineer Team, Real Estate
Engineer Team, Utilities
Engineer Team, Topographic Planning and Control
Section IV – Corps Engineer Units
Headquarters, Engineer Brigade, Corps
Engineer Combat Battalion, Corps, Mechanized
Engineer Combat Battalion, Corps, Wheeled
Engineer Combat Battalion, Corps, Airborne
Engineer Combat Battalion, Corps, Light
Engineer Combat Battalion, Heavy
Section V – Separate Corps Companies
Engineer Company, Combat Support Equipment
Engineer Company, Light Equipment, Airborne
Engineer Company, Light Equipment, Air Assault
Engineer Company, Multirole Bridge
Engineer Company (Corps), Topographic
Section VI – Division Engineer Units
Headquarters, Headquarters Detachment, Engineer Brigade, Heavy Division
Engineer Combat Battalion, Heavy Division
Engineer Combat Battalion, Force XXI Division
Engineer Combat Battalion, Enhanced Heavy Separate Brigade
Section VII – Light Division Engineer Units
Engineer Battalion, Airborne Division
Engineer Battalion, Air Assault Division
Engineer Battalion, Light Infantry Division
Section VIII – Separate Companies
Engineer Company, Armored Cavalry Regiment
Engineer Company, Light Armored Cavalry Regiment
Engineer Company, Heavy Separate Brigade
Engineer Company, Stryker Brigade Combat Team
Engineer Company, Separate Infantry Brigade
Section IX – Separate Teams
Topographic Terrain Direct Support Team, Heavy Division
Topographic Terrain Analysis Team, Heavy Division
Topographic Detachment, Force XXI Division
Topographic Terrain Analysis Team, Light Division
Facility Engineer Team
Appendix E NAVY ENGINEER ORGANIZATIONS AND CAPABILITIES
Navy Capabilities
Naval Construction Force
Naval Construction Brigade
Naval Construction Regiment
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit
Construction Battalion Unit
Underwater Construction Team
Naval Construction Force Support Unit
Amphibious Construction Battalion
Army-Navy Engineer Considerations
Appendix F AIR FORCE ENGINEER ORGANIZATIONS AND CAPABILITIES
Air Force Capabilities
Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force
Rapid Engineers Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron, Engineer
Prime Readiness in Base Support
Army and Air Force Engineer Considerations
Appendix G MARINE CORPS ENGINEER ORGANIZATIONS AND CAPABILITIES
Marine Corps Capabilities
Command Structures
Marine Air-Ground Task Force Engineers
Army and Marine Corps Engineer Considerations
Appendix H MULTINATIONAL, INTERAGENCY, NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, AND HOST NATION CONSIDERATIONS
Units and Organizations
Section I – Multinational Considerations
Multinational Engineers
United Nations Operations
Non-United Nations Organizations
Section II – Interagency and NonGovernmental Organization Considerations
Interagency Operations
Nongovernmental Organizations
Section III – Host Nation Considerations
HN Interface
Real Estate Considerations
Host Nation Support
Appendix I CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION AGENTS
Construction Contracting and Engineering Support
United States Army Corps of Engineers
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Support for Military Operations
Contracted Support
Civil Augmentation Programs
Contracted Civilian Engineer Considerations
Appendix J CONTINGENCY AUTHORITIES AND FUNDING
Legal Personnel
Types Of Authorizations and Sources of Funding
Other Authorities and Sources of Funding
Appendix K ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Commanders and Environmental Considerations
Environmental Roles and Responsibilities
Environmental Requirements
Environmental Planning
Appendix L EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL ORGANIZATIONS AND FUNCTIONS
Introduction to Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Explosive Ordnance Organization
Engineer and Explosive Ordnance Considerations
GLOSSARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
AUTHENTICATION

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